Ferrari Testarossa by Anatole Bourne
Testarossa. One of the most famous Ferrari names which simply means ‘redhead’ still delivers a bit of goose bumps every time we say it. The first car to bear the name was the 250 Testa Rossa; the beautiful racing car from the late 1950s. Ferrari used the name again in 1984 when they started producing the flat-12 car. The fabulous engine delivers a raw, unmistakable tone, producing just under 400 bhp.
The highly recognizable design was done by Pininfarina under Leonardo Fioravanti. The wide rear, the trademark side strakes, the pop-up headlights and so many other cool details make this a truly iconic 1980s supercar.
The redhead is not getting old at all, just better and better.
This Ferrari Testarossa was initially ordered as Tailor Made piece, but our client approved selling 25 copies of his unique piece. All of the ROSSOart pieces are created by Anatole Bourne using only pencils and markers. This piece took over ten hours to complete from scratch. Only 25 copies will be sold, complemented by a Certificate of Authenticity.
- Overall size: 42 x 15 cm (16.5 x 5.9 inch)
- High quality matte paper (300 gr.)
- High quality scan of 600 dpi.
- Markers and pencils: Promarkers, Posca, Prismacolor and Faber-Castel
- Limited to 25 copies
- Please note that the print is not framed.